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Node.Js the Right Way: Practical, Server-Side JavaScript That Scales Jim R. Wilson Node Js the Right Way Practical Server Side JavaScript That Scales Get to the forefront of server side JavaScript programming by writing compact robust fast networked Node applications that scale Ready to take JavaScript beyond the browser explore dynamic languag

  • Title: Node.Js the Right Way: Practical, Server-Side JavaScript That Scales
  • Author: Jim R. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781937785734
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • Node.Js the Right Way: Practical, Server-Side JavaScript That Scales Jim R. Wilson Get to the forefront of server side JavaScript programming by writing compact, robust, fast, networked Node applications that scale Ready to take JavaScript beyond the browser, explore dynamic languages features and embrace evented programming Explore the fun, growing repository of Node modules provided by npm Work with multiple protocols, load balanced RESTful web servGet to the forefront of server side JavaScript programming by writing compact, robust, fast, networked Node applications that scale Ready to take JavaScript beyond the browser, explore dynamic languages features and embrace evented programming Explore the fun, growing repository of Node modules provided by npm Work with multiple protocols, load balanced RESTful web services, express, 0MQ, Redis, CouchDB, and Develop production grade Node applications fast JavaScript is the backbone of the modern web, powering nearly every web app s user interface Node.js is JavaScript for the server This book shows you how to develop small, fast, low profile, useful, networked applications You ll write asynchronous, non blocking code using Node s style and patterns You ll cluster and load balance your services with Node core features and third party tools You ll work with many protocols, creating RESTful web services, TCP socket clients and servers, and This short book packs a hefty dose of Node.js You ll test your code s functionality and performance under load You ll learn important aspects of Node development from its architecture and core, to its ecosystem of third party modules You ll discover how Node pairs a server side event loop with a JavaScript runtime to produce screaming fast, non blocking concurrency Through a series of practical programming domains, you ll use the latest available ECMAScript Harmony features and harness key Node classes such as EventEmitter and Stream Throughout the book, you ll develop real programs that are small, fast, low profile, and useful Get ready to join a smart community that s rapidly advancing the state of the art in web development.What You Need Latest stable release of Node.js, this book was written with 0.12.x in mind The 0MQ ZeroMQ library, version 3.2 or higher.
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    1. Sufficient for a start.You ll learn what Node is, what it excels in how to start programming using Node.Sadly, I didn t find some practical info I was looking for subtitle says practical , for instance how does Node handle overload of queued callbacks what are the limitations what about Node monitoring health checking nodemon is not the answer ofc What did I like code samples are very clear illustrating chapter about promises generators was brief, but very interesting the idea of Node function c [...]

    2. Node.js the Right Way is a fantastic little book It s a small book but then it s Pragmatic exPress and it doesn t go into anything in much detail, but then that s what makes it fantastic It gives a useful and practical overview of writing Node.js server side applications and explains many of the tools and JavaScript patterns which will be useful to Node.js programmers.It starts off with examples of manipulating the local file system using Node.js This struck me a little odd as the only thing I t [...]

    3. Oh man, this book is fantastic for someone in need of a lighting fast introduction to modern web and server side programming with Node and JavaScript It starts gradually but becomes super dense towards the last 3 chapters It introduces a lot of modern practices, such as coding with promises and generators, and lots of useful libraries for Node and Js ZMQ, Express, Bower etc It also touches briefly on code design topics, such as modules and MVC Found it very useful

    4. Very practical book that offers both insight into the most popular features of node, but also gives you a chance to exercise with the challenges that are provided in every chapter.The only chapter that felt a little to focused and I would have liked to cover ground is the last chapter, but all in all it is a great book both for beginners and intermediate node users.

    5. This one is tough It does a GREAT job of explaining node isms, but unfortunately I have to deduct an otherwise 5 star rating because of one pretty big problem the author writes the book on the new ECMAscript standard, but does so using pretty poor practices for the new features, and the points where the features are introduced, they are done so poorly, or incorrectly.For example, the author uses the let assignment keyword inside a non iterative, non closing function, and then goes on to describe [...]

    6. This is a well written, densely packed introduction book to NodeJS.Note that you should be pretty comfortable with Javascript prior to taking this book There is no fluff in this book It is written from developer to developers, there are no repeats and the topics can be challenging.Beyond basics of NodeJS you ll touch on many projects in the NodeJS ecosystem for example CouchDB or ExpressJS while creating a simple application.If you persevere, by the end of the book, you ll have nice overview of [...]

    7. A good book to get an introduction to Node.JS.Not being a Javascripter myself and coming from a different world, NodeJS and in general JS frameworks have not been something I did use myself Not judging the technology, I was using using NodeJS for a small micro service prototype, and did want to get a fast introduction.The book covers the purpose, and explains architectural design and server client communication clearly and concise After reading the book you will know how to develop yourself a sm [...]

    8. Just like in the obscure JavaScript world, where there are a myriad of ways of doing anything, this book offers a certain way of getting to know the Node.js environment It s strongly opinionated and never goes in much detail about anything Therefore, I personally find that this book should be read only by an already seasoned software developer who wants to know what all this hype about Node is That s because it lacks maybe in propose, for the sake of brevity and conciseness many important softwa [...]

    9. Good Node.js course.The author guides us through the implementation of different use cases and teaches node.js concepts, tools, patterns even javascript particularities on the way Instead of following a one week class, you can really buy this book and implement the examples in parralel of the reading you will surely save a pretty nice amount of money and there are chances you also get a better learning I only give a 4 stars rate because I got bored at some moments there were for sure ways to add [...]

    10. The book is a very nice introduction to node.js It covers some basic APIs, shows some frequently used libraries and even talks about promises and the new style of writing asynchronous code with the help of ES6 generators and libraries such as co and Q.I like the way each chapter is built around a or less real world problem I also like the brief previews of application architectures and the tips about code structure This book is definetely a good choice for novice node.js developers It will give [...]

    11. This books offers a great overview of the capabilities of Node.js Starting with core concepts of the platform the book builds upon itself until you are handling modern single page web applications using Node.js as the glue between browsers, databases, file systems, and anything else you might need to access Along the way it teaches good architecture, common Node.js coding patterns, and how to leverage the rich ecosystem around Node.js While no topic is covered in extensive detail, if you ve been [...]

    12. Good intro to Node.js I would have liked a bit depth and focus on best practices, particularly given the title includes the Right Way Otherwise it s a pretty comprehensive overview of Node for for the uninitiated If you ve been working with Node for a while already and are familiar with concepts like http handlers, promises, and npm packages, it s probably not worth your time.

    13. A good explanation of Node.js It starts not with another explanation of how to build a fast web application but instead shows how you can use Node.js to watch your file system This approach is great to show what Node.js can do beyond the web Some chapters could have delivered a bit details and a deeper explanation on why those things work the way they do What I missed was a practical advice on how to test a Node.js application.

    14. This book starts were many other books covering Node.js stop The author successfully captured a broad spectrum of open source modules from the Node.js community for building RESTful web applications, in a concise way I definitely recommend this book to anyone programming server side JavaScript The only downside is that this book will soon be partially out of date due to thriving Node.js community that is moving and expanding at a very high pace So, read it as soon as possible.

    15. Concise, clear and demonstrative I appreciated the fact that the author doesn t attempt to lead the reader to memorize every detail of each module or technique, but rather introduces them as tools which can be applied to specific problems, leading the user to learn by doing something which I prefer, once I have a basic conceptual underpinning from reading.

    16. Interesting book It does exactly what it says it will do get you up and running very quickly on Node.js But it is hard to take the lessons and apply them elsewhere I don t know that I d recommend this book to someone who wasn t already very familiar with JavaScript, coding, and software development.

    17. Very dense book, it was written by a developer for developers You will learn about event loop, threading, promises, couchdb, express, npm and Despite the book being quite old now the author is working on a up to date version though the book remains quite valid and the author provides a lot of good practices.

    18. This was a good primer on Node js Nothing flashy, but it gives you the basics in an easy to digest manner It s a good book for getting to know what Node is about at a high level Not a comprehensive guide to node, but a good start if your not sure how far you want to go with it.

    19. A good overview of node.js I found a few important concepts but it is a basic and also semi outdated already way to learn node For a 100 page book it was good enough and worth the few hours reading.

    20. Obviously it s impossible to cover everything in a huge ecosystem with one book.I was a little bummed not to see some coverage of testing as a first class responsibility, but everything else was well constructed.

    21. Useful Having used Node.js for a couple years now, I learned about a bunch of different modules and ways to set up a server Will definitely use this as a reference when trying to figure out how to organize new projects.

    22. Very good introduction for node.js novices Js experience needed, anyway.Would be a 5 with a little material on the most advanced chapters.

    23. Very interesting book, showing the Node from different angle The only thing is the last chapter which is the most difficult and not so deeply explained.

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